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1.Mindbender roller coaster accident

On June 14, 1986, The Mindbender, the world’s largest indoor triple-loop roller coaster, derailed and killed three riders at Galaxyland inside West Edmonton Mall, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

2.Mindbender roller coaster accident

It’s been 30 years since a car on West Edmonton Mall’s Mindbender roller-coaster derailed, killing three. The following morning, curtains were pulled across the entrances and police stationed at…

3.Mindbender roller coaster accident

June 14, 1986: Roller-coaster derailment kills 3 in Edmonton The Mindbender — the world’s largest indoor triple-loop roller-coaster in the world’s largest indoor amusement park in what was once the…

4.Mindbender roller coaster accident

Fatal Accident On the evening of June 14, 1986, tragedy struck West Edmonton Mall’s Fantasyland – known today as Galaxyland. What was expected to be an evening of fun and games in the company of friends, ended in catastrophe. It ended up changing the lives of sixteen people forever… and ended the lives of three.

5.Mindbender roller coaster accident

From the archives: roller-coaster crash inquiry – Dec 21, 2016 A provincial inquiry eventually blamed the crash on a defunct West German company for design and manufacturing flaws. It found that…

6.Mindbender roller coaster accident

Before the accident: Roller coaster was shut down twice due to metallic noise coming out of it Cars were run empty to find source of sound Nothing was found; maintenance staff decided it was safe to operate

7.Mindbender roller coaster accident

Mindbender – the world’s largest indoor triple loop roller coaster – was dubbed one of the “safest rides in the world” when it was built. But in June 1986 missing bolts caused the four-car-train to…

8.Mindbender roller coaster accident

The Mindbender is an Anton Schwarzkopf looping roller coaster opened in 1985 at Galaxyland Amusement Park, a theme park located in West Edmonton Mall, in Alberta, Canada. At 44.2 m (145 ft) in height, it is the tallest indoor roller coaster in the world as of 2020.

9.Mindbender roller coaster accident

I was standing maybe 10-20 feet from the coaster when that happened. My brother saw the accident, I only heard it and when I turned to look my mom grabbed both of us and forced us the other way. Terrible accident, what a shitty way to go.

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1  The Mindbender Roller Coaster Crash | Theme Park Ride Accidents | Fascinating Horror
On the evening of the 14th of June 1986 the Mindbender rollercoaster at the Fantasyland amusement park within the West Edmonton Mall in Canada suffered a severe malfunction. Several bolts came loose from a wheel assembly on one of the cars, causing it to leave the tracks and collide with a concrete pillar, ultimately resulting in the deaths of …
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1.Mindbender (Galaxyland)

The Mindbender is an Anton Schwarzkopf looping roller coaster opened in 1985 at Galaxyland Amusement Park, a theme park located in West Edmonton Mall…

2.Quimera (roller coaster)

5 injuries and 2 deaths. This accident was much like that of another Schwarzkopf looping coaster, Mindbender The coaster first operated as Drierer Looping…

3.The Riddler Mindbender

The Riddler Mindbender, previously named Mind Bender, is a steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Over Georgia near Atlanta, Georgia. Billed as "the…

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